Sun exposure is dehydrating as well as damaging so it is essential to really take the time to nourish your skin. After indulging yourself with this tan enhancing serum, your skin will feel pampered and soothed.
Unlike synthetic oils, the natural oils in this formula will be easily absorbed by your skin, are non-greasy and non-comedogenic (does not block your pores).
It will not only help you to develop a golden tan and sun kissed look naturally, it will also keep your skin in good condition by nourishing it and reduce the effects of ageing caused by sun exposure.
This serum will enhance your tan, make it last longer and minimise peeling.
Avocado oil is rich in vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, as well as potassium – known as the youth mineral. It is also high in sterolins, which will reduce age spots and help heal any sun damage and scars.
It is the sterolins (also called plant steroids) that will help to soften your skin and impart a superior moisturising effect. It is ideal for people with dehydrated, sun damaged skin or mature skin.
It will nourish your skin and assists in the regeneration and rejuvenation of your skin. It will also increase the amount of collagen in your skin.
Applying coconut oil as a topical treatment after sun exposure will not only help to deliver hydration, but will also provide your skin with many essential nutrients and fatty acids which will protect it from the damaging effects of the sun.
Extracted from the seeds of wild rose bushes predominately from Chile, rosehip oil is rich in topical trans-retinoic acid (vitamin A) and vitamin C and is the dermatologists ‘Gold Standard’ in anti-ageing skin care.
It will restore the elastic fibres that keep your skin taut and reduce the appearance of any wrinkles you may have.
“Like you I’m not perfect, I’m myself warts and all.
But I embrace my true nature and stand firm and stand tall.
I glide with pure grace and I march on a mission.
For I was sent here to tell you that you’re all in transition.
It may not feel easy, feels like life is a bitch.
But it’ll be made so much easier if you embrace your inner witch.”
Budding witches would do well to get on Instagram in particular and connect with their fellow Insta Witches. “Sharing their idiosyncratic stories and lifestyles adds to our spectrum of understanding of what it can feel like to be a woman and a witch.”